Poetry, New and Eternal

Poetry, New and Eternal

Carlota Roa / Genaro M.R.

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A collection of poetry from an immigrant artist, teacher and mother. Love, despair, hope and reconciliation weave together to create a tapestry of profound verse that lifts the spirit to the high realms of joy and compassion. Written throughout a period of twenty five years, the collection literally represents a unique life’s expansion and actualization.-Una colección de poesía escrita por una artista inmigrante, maestra y madre. Amor, frustración, esperanza, y reconcilio son juntados a crear un síntesis de verso profundo que finalmente levanta el espíritu a altos mundos de deleito y compasión. Escrito a través de un periodo de viente años, la colección literalmente representa la expansion y actualización de una vida única.

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